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SECOND PORTION. 



THE 



MURRIETA COLLECTION 



CATALOaUE 



OF 



THE SECOND PORTION OF 

THE VALUABLE COLLECTION OF 

ANCIENT & MODERN PICTURES 



AND 



tftzt-ashmv Bratonqjs, 



LATELY THE PROPERTY OF THE 



MESSRS. MUURIETA: 



WHICH 

lUiii tie jrolD H> auction 

(WITHOUT RESERVE), by 

Messes. CHKISTiE, MANSON & WOOLS, 

AT THKX& G&EAE EOOMS, 
8 KING STREET, ST. JAMES'S SQUARE, 

On SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1892, 

AND 

MONDAY, MAY 16, 1892, 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. 

The Pictures and Drawings to be sold on Saturday, May 14, may be 
viewed Three Days previously. 

The Drawings to be sold on Monday, May lb", may be viewed 
the Friday and Saturday preceding only, and Catalogues had, at 
Messrs. Christie, Manson & Woods' Offices, 8 King Street, 
St. James's Square, S. W. 



CONDITIONS OF SALE. 



I. THE highest Bidder to be the Buyer; and if any dispute arise 
between two or more Bidders, the Lot so in dispute shall be 
immediately put up again and re-sold. 

II. No person to advance less than Is. ; above Five Pounds, 5s.; 
and so on in proportion. 

III. In the case of Lots upon which there is a reserve, the Auctioneer 

shall have the right to bid on behalf of the Seller. 

IV. The Purchasers to give in their Names and Places of Abode, 

and to pay down 5s. in the Pound, or more, in part of payment, 
or the whole of the Purchase-Money, ;/ required ; in default 
of which, the Lot or Lots so purchased to be immediately put 
up again and re-sold. 

V. The Lots to be taken aw;iy and paid for, whether genuine, and 

authentic or not, with all faults and errors of description, at 
the Buyer's expense and risk, within Two days from the Sale ; 
Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods not being responsible 
for the correct description, genuineness, or authenticity of, 
or any fault or defect in, any Lot; and making no warranty 
whatever. 

VI. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in the 

settlement of the Purchases, no Lot can on any account be 
removed during the time of Sale; and the remainder of the 
Purchase-Money must absolutely be paid en the delivery. 

VII Upon failure of complying with the above Conditions, the Money 
deposited in part of payment shall be forfeited ; all Lots un- 
cleared within the time aforesaid shall be re-sold by public or 
private Sale, and the deficiency (if any) attending such re-sale 
shall be made good by the Defaulter at this Sale. 



CATALOGUE. 



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First Day's Sale. 



oXXo 



On SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1892. 



AT ONE CLOCK PRECISELY. 



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WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS OF THE 
FOREIGN SCHOOL. 

^ - MADAME K. BISSCHOP. 

t7 ^ 1 Teaching the Alphabet 

30 in. by 23 in. 

J. L. BROWN. 
/ J- — 2 After the Battle 

13i in. by 19£ in. 

E. DETAILLE, 1869. 

(~ h 3 In the Time of the Dtrectoire 

8^ in. by 6 in. 

B 2 



7 "- E. DETAILLE. 

1(0 4 The Aide-de-Camp 
8 in. by 6 in. 



J. GELIBERT. 



/ <-/ 5 Hounds Waiting in a Wood 
14 in. by 19f in. 



G. ROLLER. 

7_ o 6 A Scene in Albeeoht Durer's House 

12 in. by 17£ in. 



A. MAUVE. 

2_ 5 7 Carting Timber : winter 
9 in. by 14 in. 



0. DE PENNE. 

/ 2_ ^ Huntsmen and Hounds Crossing a River 

12 w. by 18 to. 



F. PRADILLA. 

3^-9 Fisherwomen on the Shore 
8 to. by 13 in. 



L. ROSSI 

10 The Coquette 

12 tn. by 9 in. 



r 

\ '» L. ROSSI. 

2--1 7 11 Oct for a Walk 

12 in. by 9 tn. 



M. FORTUNY, 1867. 
3 L 12 A Spanish Lady Seated 
16 in. by 11£ in. 



M. FORTUNY. 

3 1> 13 Ababs at the Entbanok of a Mosque 
10 in. by 14 in. 



M. FORTUNY. 

V" **— 14 An Aeab Soldier 

10£ in. by 8 in. 

M. FORTUNY. 

2, 3 ~~ 15 A Marsh Scene, witb a quail-catcher 
8^ in. by 12 tn. 

M. FORTUNY. 

J" / 16 A Man, iu black doublet and red cap 
4£ in. by 7 tn. 

M. FORTUNY. 

J~"G 17 A Gentleman, with powdered wig, in a red coat, 
4J^ in. by 7 tn. 

M. FORTUNY. 

/p~o 18 AN ARQUEBUSSIER 
18 tn. by 12 tn. 



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M. FORTUNY. 
I^V-xr-o 19 THE MAZARIN LIBRARY 
24£ in. by 19 in. 

Etched by E. Boilvin 

The celebrated CheJ d'CEuvre 



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ROSA BONHEUR, 1873. 

20 GOING TO THE HORSE FAIR 
10 in. by 22 in. 

ROSA BONHEUR, 1871. 

2^o 21 A LANDSCAPE WITH SHEEP, near Fontaineblean 
15 in. by 21J in. 

JOSEF ISRAELS. 
4 J- 22 THE TOY BOAT 



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17 in. by 14 in. 



J. L. GEROME. 



f~~ j * 23 DANTE : " Voila celui qui va en enfer et en revient " 
Engraved by J. G. Levasseur 
11 in. by 19^ in. 



PICTURES OF THE FOREIGN SCHOOL. 

J. BENLLIURE. 

24 A Spanish Bdll-bing 

7^ in. by 5 in. 

P. BILLET. 

25 A Shepherdess Knitting 

29 in. by 20 in. 



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-A *. P. BILLET, 1886. 

f— i-^ 26 A Girl in a Eed Dress, filling a pitcher at a spring 
30 in. by 22 in. 



C. BISSCHOP. 
/ v-o 27 Pleading 

42 in. by 35 in. 



AUGUSTE BONHEUR. 

13 28 STAG HUNTING : Fontainebleau 
31 in. by 41 in. 

AUGUSTE BONHEUR, 1863. 

5" 3 29 A LANDSCAPE, with Rhepherdess and sheep 
19 in. by 25 in. 

AUGUSTE BONHEUR. 

j— v 30 A LANDSCAPE, with cattle drinking 
19 in. by 27 in. 

ROSA BONHEUR, 1866 

^ J V 31 SHEEP IN A LANDSCAPE 
' 13 in. by 17 in. 



ROSA BONHEUR 



/"s j — - 32 A Sheep, with a lamb 
■» 4 in, by 7 in. 



8 

"y 1 W. A. BOUGEREAU, 1869. 

t_v-<t 33 GOING TO MARKET 
29 in. by 23 in. 

W. A. BOUGUEREAU, 1868. 
£* S 34 Heb Breakfast 

21 in. by ] 7=L in. 

A. BRAITH, 1874. 

O Z. 35 A FLOCK OF SHEEP : storm coming on 
24 in. by 45 in. 



F. A. BRIDGMAN, 1884. 
/ 
'V 36 A Halt by the Way : Tangiers 

30 in. by 46 in. 



JULES BRETON, 1869. 

^~~u 37 A Bbittany Peasant Giel : a fete day 
15 in. by 10 in. 

J. L. BROWN, 1874. 

7<f~~ 38 A Halt of the Staff 
32 in. by 26 in. — panel 

HENRIETTE BROWNE. 

/ Cj. S~ 39 LES ALMEES : interior of a Harem 
25 in. by 33 »n. 

ULYSSE BUTIN, 1879. 

3 / 40 Vegetables fob the Fishing-boats 
36 in. by 28 in. 



9 

""€/£ ULYSSE BUTIN, 1880. 

JT^" 41 Low Tide: Fisherwomen on the Shore 
22 in. by 17 in. 



P. J. CLAYS. 

Z. I o 42 NEAR BERGEN-OP-ZOOM, boats in a calm: morning 
25 in. by 43 in. — -panel 

0. DAUBIGNY, 1867. 

/ -j ° 43 On the Loire : cloudy day 

14 in. by 23 in. — panel 

A. G. DECAMPS and E. CICERI. 

// 44 A Woody Landscape, with sportsman 
8 in. by 15 in. 

JULES DUPRE. 

V- ^ 45 A FISHING-BOAT TAKING IN SAIL : sunset 
12 in. by 14 an. 

JULES DUPRE. 
~3 V 46 A Stormy Landscape 
7 in. by 9 in. 

L. DEUTSCH, 1887. 
<4, oj o 47 ARABS AT PRAYER, in a mosque 
48 in. by 40 in. — panel 



10 

/ L. DEUTSCH, 1886. 

Lf~^ o 48 NUBIAN DANCERS. 

39 in. by 34 in. — panel 



L. DEUTSCH. 

1^0 49 An Arab Cafe 

21 in. by 26 in. — panel 



L. DEUTSCH. 

3 ) v 50 Reading the News, Outside an Abab Shop 

' 24 in* by 17 in. — panel 



L. DEUTSCH. 
'Z ( o 51 At the Doob of the Mosque 

16 in. by 11 in. — panel 



J. DOMINGO. 

/ / JT~ 52 AN INN YARD, with horses and figures 
14 in. by 24 in. 



LEON T ESCOSURA, 1867. 

^^ 53 The Suitobs 

22 in. by 30 in. — panel 



LEON Y ESCOSURA, 1886. 
M- ~ L - 54 The Finishing Touches 

18 in. by 22 in. — panel 



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LEON Y ESCOSURA. 
?_(, 65 The Miniature 

8£ in. by 6£ in. — panel 

MAS Y FONDEVILLA. 
( <-f o 56 A Procession Leaving a High Altar 
26 in. by 18 in. — panel 

M. FORTUNY. 

7. 1 v 57 A SUDDEN SQUALL : procession entering a church 
' 25 in. by 43 in. 

M. FORTUNY. 
/ J"M ~ 58 A ROCKY LANDSCAPE 

20 in. by 58 in. 

M. FORTUNY. 
/ 3 ) 59 In the Garden 



, 



25£ in. by 8 in. 

E. FRERE, 1861. 
o 60 THE ALMS-HOUSE 



' 19 in. by 28 in 



E. FRERE, 1869. 
/ £ o 61 La Bouillib 

15 in. by 18 in. — panel 



E. FRERE. 
/ U-0 ^ Caught in the TRAP f 

15 in. by 18 mi. — panel 



12 

-^^. E. FRERE. 

i ~\ u 63 Escaped 
' 15 in. by 18 tn. — panel 



H. HARPIGN1ES, 1869. 
/ 3 o 64 Ruins of a Castle : evening 
23 tn. by 31 in. 

V. P. HUGUET. 

S~~® 65 A Halt of Bedouins 
27 in. by 36 in. 

J. ISRAELS. 
£_^ O 66 THE TOY BOAT 
' 33 in. by 26 £ in. 

G. JACQUET, 1883. 
j I o 67 THE ANSWER 

38 in. by 28 en. 

0. JACQUET. 

3/0 68 RESTING 

38 in. by 30 in. 

C. JACQUET. 

£*& 69 Out for a Walk 

33 in. by 24 in. — panel 



C. JACQUET. 

^ O 70 A Lady, witb powdered hair, in blue dress 
/ 13 in. by 9 in. — panel 



13 

L. JIMENEZ. 
S~~0 71 The Gallants 

28 in. by 23 in. 

L. KNAUS 

£ ~3 72 A Bavabian Mountaineer 
13 in. by 9 in. 



J I 73 A FE 



E. LAMBINET, 1866. 
r ER 
15 in. by 25 in. 



E. LAMBINET. 

J~ I 74 Near Croissy : morning 

14£ in. by 23 in. — panel 

E. LAMBINET. 
£_ £*" 75 On the Loire 

E. LEVY, 1874. 
V ^_ 76 Removing the Thorn 

14 in. by 11 in. — panel 





E. V. LUMINAIS 


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77 Dogs before a Fire 




8 in. by 9 in. — panel 




R. MADRAZO. 


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78 THE SWING 


38 in. by 28 in. 



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R. MADRAZO. 
/ 5"u 79 THE BILLET-DOUX 
37 in. by 22 in. 



R. MADRAZO. 
) 1 V 80 THE RETURN FROM THE BALL 
37 in. by 22 in. 



7 



R. MADRAZO. 
<J 81 A Gibl, with basket of apples, seated on the trunk of a tree 
12 in. by 7 in. 



R. MADRAZO. 



J f o 82 Rbadt foe the Masquebade 

26 in. by 14 in. 



M. MARIS. 

/ $ 83 Unloading Carts 

9 in. by 12 in. 

A. MAUVE. 

/ 3 -1 ~ 84 A Gibl Taking a Cow to Pasture 
24 in. by 20 in. 



HUGUES MERLE. 

; lo 85 PLAYMATES 

18 in. by 16 in. — oval 
Engraved by S. Cousins, B.A. 




15 



HUGUES MERLE, 1873. 

S^S~~ 86 Sisterly Affection 

20 in. by 18 in. 

HUGUES MERLE. 
^JO 87 Devotion 

18 in. by 14 in. 



HUGUES MERLE. 

J ^~ 88 MlGNON 

18 in. by 14 in. 



HUGUES MERLE. 

/ *~) 89 Pleasant Thoughts 

/ 18 in. by 15 in. 



L. MUNTHE, 1870. 

J-£— 90 A WOODLAND PATH: winter 
39 in. by 32 in. 



L. MUNTHE, 1876. 

L± i 91 WINTER, in the Forest of Fontainebleau 
32 in. by 26 in. 



L. MUNTHE. 

<£ -j 92 THE END OF A WINTER'S DAY 
25 in. by 40 in. 



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*^y"- ?. PALMAR O LI. 

/ 1- !T 93 The Musician 

19 in. by 25 in. 

A. PIOT, 1873. 
J] 94 The Dead Bikd 

I 32 in. by 26 in. 



F. PRADILLA. 

p7_0 95 BOABDIL, KING OF THE MOORS, surrendering the keys 
of Grenada to Queen Isabella of Castille 
30 in. by 46 in. 



F. PRADILLA. 

n3 96 A PROOESSION LEAVING A CEMETERY 

16 in. by 24 in. 



F. PRADILLA, 1884. 

STcrV 9 7 xtaLY IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY 
16 in. by 26 in. 



F. PRADILLA. 



JLf I 



98 A Pionio on the Sea-shore 
9 in. by 15 in. 



P. A RAJON. 

j-0 99 CINDERELLA 

45 in. by 27^ in. 

Exhibited at Edinburgh International Exhibition, 1878 



" W. ROELOFS. 

2_ ^__ 100 Cattle Drinking at a River : evening 
17 in. by 27 in. 



W. ROELOFS. 
Jv 101 Cattle in a Ritek : cloudy day 
18 in. by 32 in. — panel 



F. ROYBET. 
fV 102 The Musicians 

26 in. by 22 in. 



F. ROYBET. 
/ 1_ <o 103 The Backgammon Players 
19 in. by 23 in. 



. E. A. SAIN. 

V ^ 104 Orange Sellers at Capri 
36 in. by 48 in. 



A. SERRURE. 

^•y U 105 A Garden Party: playing at bowls 
18 im. by 26 in. 



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E. TOUDOUZE. 
S 106 The Young Dancer 
38 in. by 26 in. 

V 



9 E. TOUDOUZE. 

■fn ^— 107 As Happy as the Day is Long 
40 in. by 26 in. 



C. TKOYON. 

2. & e> 108 GOING TO MARKET 
/ 12 in. by 10 in. 



C. TEOTON. 

/ £_ &"~ 109 Three Sheep, in a landscape 
10 in. by 13j in. 



C. TROYON. 
/ u_ O 110 Sheep in a Wood 

12 in. by 9 in. 



C. TROYON. 

^-t ° 111 The Timber Waggon 

9 in. by 13 in. 



J. VEYRASSAT, 1875. 

(i ^ 112 A Woody Landscape, with borses and cart 

18 in. by 24 in. 



J. VEYRASSAT. 

*£ T 113 Horses Towing: evening 

7£ in. by 17 in. 



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y . E. VAN" MARCKE. 

^1 v 114 Hounds 
' 8 in. by 10 in. 



E. YARZ. 

3 ^_ 115 The Dooana, Venice : moonlight 
40 in. by 70 in. 

E. YARZ. 

/ 116 The Doge's Palace, Venice 

34 in. by 58 in. 

__ E. ZAMACOIS. 

^ s 117 The Gondola 

10 in. by 18 in. 

S* F. ZIEM. 

J— £_ 118 The Gondola 

7 in. by 17 in. 

PICTURES BY THE OLD MASTERS. 
CLAUDE. 

f \_ o 119 A Classical Landscape, with the Virgin and Infant Christ and 
St. Joseph 

38 in. by 51 in. 

Exhibited at the Leeds Exhibition, 18G8 

J. B. GEEUZE. 

-)/o I 20 T[IE DAUPHIN (Louis XVII.) 
/ 16£ in. by 12^ in. 

Engraved by S. Cousins, It. A. 
Exhibited at the Salon, 1761 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1883 

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20 

n 

y°- J. B. GKEUZE. 

// "L-0 121 THE YOTNG WIDOW 

18 in. by 11^ in. 
Engraved by Massard 

Formerly in the Collection of the Marquis of Dufferin and 
Ava, by whom it was for several years lent to the National 
Gallery 

VANDYCK. 

2_/^ 122 POKTKAIT OF A LADY, with frizzed hair, iu a white 

figured satin underclress and black overdress, with lace 
collar and cuffs, and pearl necklace. One hand rests on a 
table covered with a gold embroidered cloth. The figure 
slightly turned to the left 

Whole length — 73 in. by 46 in. 

From the Collection of the Due d'Ossuna 



VANDYCK. 

2_( 123 rOKTKAIT OF A LADY, in a yellow satin dress, with lace 
collar, pearl necklace and earrings, and pearls in her hair. 
One hand rests on a table covered with a blue velvet cloth, 
on which is a crown. The head is slightly turned to the 
left 

Whole length — 73 in. by 64 in. 

From the Collection of the Due d'Ossuna 



V. DE KONINCK and C. VAN POELENBUKGH. 

v t— 124 A Classical Landscape, with figures dancing 
34 in. by 46 in. — panel 

MOTTCHEKON and LINGELBACH. 
/ o 125 A Woody Landscape : sportsmen shooting wild duck 

24 in. by 30 in. 



21 

¥ J. VAN DER CAPELLE. 

Jtyjh 126 A ROYAL BARGE IN A CALM, from whicli several persons 
landing 

30 in. by 42£ in. 

J. RUYSDAEL. 
PJ^ /2.« t?127 A Cascade 



9 in. by 12 in. — panel 






J. RUYSDAEL. 



°7S~1 /£• ° 128 A Cascade : castle on a cliff in the distanc 

9 in. by 12 in. — panel 



J. VAN DER CAPELLE. 

2 J 6 * 51 *129 A CALM : men fishing 
14 in. by 18 in. 

W. VAN DE VELDE. 

^2.,/r. « 130 MEN-OF-WAR IN A ROUGH SEA 
32 in. by 47 in. 



W. VAN' DE VELDE. 

_ - 131 FISHINC BOATS IN A CALM 

// (7 , 4 i * 

9 in. by 13 in. 



W. VAN DE VELDE. 

fy-O. , *T^ ° 132 Men-of-Wah in a Rough Sea: stormy sky 
13 il. by 1G in. 



22 
P. WOUVERMANS. 



Q-U- . "L * ° ^^^ -^n Enoountek 

13£ t'n. by 18£ in. 



P. WOUVERMANS. 



/ Cj. O 134 A Landscape, with men on horseback 
^~ 16 in. by 20 t'n. 



P. D\ CORTONA. 
/j— ; ; i~; ° 185 The Seasons 

87 j'n. by 109 t'n. 

From the Collection of the Due d'Ossuna 



(b £" 



F. SNYDERS. 
136 A Stag Hunt 

84 t'n. by 136 t'n. 

From the Collection of the Due d'Ossuna 

Dated 1630 



P. DE VOS. 
/ / . JH ° 137 A Stag Hunt 

84 t'n. by 136 t'n. 

From the Collection of the Due d'Ossuna 

P. DE VOS. 
^-Cj, - ^ 138 A Stag Hunt 

99 in. by 171 t'n. 

From the Collection of the Due d'Ossuna 



P. DE VOS. 
139 Dogs Attacking a Bull 



£ •* 99 in. by 171 in. 



From the Collection of the Due d'Ossuna 






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RAFFAELLE. 

,. . ,j 140 The Virgin and Child 

24 in. by 17 in. 
From the Collection of the Due d'Ossutia 



CANALETTO. 

f <f£ 141 VIEW ON THE GRAND CANAL, with the Palazzo Bernardo 
^ on the left 

24 in. by 37£ in. 



GUARDI. 



. j— 142 PROCESSION OF BOATS : Venice 
15 in. by 21 in. 



GUARDI. 

143 ST. MARK'S PLACE, Venice 
2_f V 15 in. by 21 in. 

GUARDI. 

144 A Rivkb Scene, with buildings, &c. 
3/- /0,v; j 16 in. by 21 in. 

GUARDI. 

145 The Companion Picture 
16 in. by 21 in. 



End of First Day's Sale. 



J 



Second Day's Sale. 
On MONDAY, MAY 16, 1892, 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. 

The drawings included in this Days Sale may be viewed 
the Friday and Saturday preceding only. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS— In the folio. 

P ■ f~- ° 150 A River Scene, with bridge ; and a Landscape 2 

L, <4, o 151 A Coast Scene, with stranded vessel; and San Sebastian 2 
(, t^, o 152 Ploughing; and a Landscajie, with castle 2 

2_ — 153 A Landscape, with group of figures, some playing harps: sunset 

— vignette 
^— 154 A Mountainous Landscape 

I / - 155 A Landscape, with children and donkey on a road 

MRS. COLEMAN ANGELL. 
■£.. (O ■ ° 156 Primula; and May Blossom 2 

S. DE BAKHUYZEN. 
/ (—- , o 157 Scene in a Dutch Town 



25 

J. L. BROWN. 
Z. - / 1 - ° 158 French Cavalry Soldiers ; and Children, by J. H. Maris 2 



BUKDA. 

i/y- r- — 159 Scotch Views 2 

160 Swiss Views 2 

r 161 Swiss Views 2 

s~ < 

( 162 A Landscape ; and one other 2 



D. COX. 



/Ci, (4.° A 63 Crossing the Sands 

(164 Tintern 
I II , I 165 A Lake Scene and Castle 



P. DE WINT. 
/ *l_. / I * 166 Two Landscapes 
/"). O —.167 A Park Scene, with river 

» (,. \C —168 On the Yare 
/u .ttf. —169 Two Sketches 

7, 2_ —170 A Eiver Scene 

^ 1 1 I 171 Cambridge 

^2 ia , I 172 A Park Scene, with deer 

'.. . 173 A River Scene, with cows watering 

-j /~y / 174 A Study 

M. F. 
/ f , O 175 Head of an Old Man 



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T. B. HARDY. 

O.i^.J 176 Scarborodgh ; and a Yorkshire Coast Scene 2 

s, - , 177 Fishing Boats 
/ / 178 Off the Coast of Kent ; and another 2 

■n , J-79 Coast Scenes 2 

j^,3.»180 On the Dort ; and another 2 

? y- J.81 Fishing Smacks ; and a Coast Scene 2 

•j _ 482 Disabled 
j. i t 483 Dobt 

G. HICKEN. 
S /0 -484 Poultry 

W. L. LEITCH. 

Y _ _i85 Neab Cambridge ; and three others 4 

-j ( -j _ 186 Landscapes 2 

^ /j— 487 Landscapes 2 

P. MARNY. 

/ 188 An Old French Town 

P. MARTIN. 

189 A Landscape 

P. F. POOLE, R.A. 

190 The Little Gleaner 

R. P. PRITCHETT. 

^ 191 Unloading Dutch Fishing Boats 



27 

/> T. M. EICHARDSON. 

J. /3- L> 192 A Coast Scene; &c. 2 

/a J 193 Loch Tay; &c. 2 

F. J. SKILL. 
f, f , a 194 Deeb in a Park; and Greenwich 2 

J. STEEPLE. 
3. 13 ,L 195 A Mountainous Landscape; and a Coast Scene 2 

7 /tf. o 196 Loch Lomond 
J . /i~: «197 Sea and Sky; and Eough Water 2 

"7, /). ^198 Tending Sheep 

J. SYER. 

T j" . i? 193 A Scotch Loch 

E. TAYLER. 
/, IV' ° 200 Head of a Ladt, with a veil 

F. TAYLER. 

£ __ _ 201 A Huntsman 

/ 2_ — 202 Interior op a Stable, with a cow, goat, and dog 

y . J~\. -203 Going for a Drive ; and Scene in Brittany, with hurdy-gurdy 
players 2 

yy, / 204 Going to Market 

F. REYNAUD. 

J./S~, o 205 A Woodland Path 



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j. W. WHITTAKER. 



( 206 Two Sketches 

H. B. WILLIS. 



L 



207 In the Shade 



E. M. WIMPERIS. 

~7 . j . ° 208 Near Llandudno ; and a Welsh Landscape 2 

a. /f. (/ 209 A Hatfield; and Ogwen Valley 2 

^\ /£'« k 210 Penmaenmawr ; and a Landscape 2 

Y * / ' 211 Stream near Trefriw, North Wales 

^ * / 212 A Torrent : North Wales 

<? " 213 A River Scene, with castle 

Y"- 'r* 214 A Coast Scene, with cockle-gatherers 



WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS— i^wna/. 

MRS. COLEMAN ANGELL. 
7 /3" , <r 215 Nectarines and Filberts 

W. BENNETT, 1851. 
,j- /j-; o 216 Windsor Forest 

W. CALLOW. 
/T£n " 217 Venice 

T. COLLIER. 

»»£. -£, c 218 A River Soene, with sheep 

, * , a 219 A Highland Landscape 
f g- * /<r ■ 



2J - — 220 Reaping : Wales 



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D. COX. 



"?/?. /j~— 2^1 Ploughing 

, „, L o222 The Ferry 

TO. 4 - *^ Moreoambe 

224 Near Lytham 

n~l* ~ TT ... 

. ,225 Italian View, with rum 

T. DANBY. 

fr I g . (f 226 A River Scene, with angler 

P. DE WINT. 

/0,P — 227 A Canal Scene 

4 3 . 228 A Farmstead 

/&** IS" -229 A Landscape, with cattle, &c. 
(,•> 230 A Landscape, with ruined castle 

G. DODGSON. 
(p.p/ 231 The Terrace of a Chateau, with lake and barge 

E. DUNCAN. 
2£" ")• ° "^ ^ N THE '^ HAMES 

W. C. EDDINGTON. 
^ I o 233 View in Wales 

G. A. FRIPP. 
( *l U 234 A Pair of Small River Scenes — in one frame 
p -7 I q 235 Near Bristol 



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Q . &. <J 286 Looh Ne88 

/ / 237 Looh Torbidon 

a _^238 On the Lodden 

' .-, _239 Ploughing: Wallingford 

_, , 240 A Highland Scene 

Z-f — 



BIRKET FOSTER. 
^1 3- t'* 3 ~~ 241 At Cullercoats 

SIR J. GILBERT, R.A. 



f). O — 242 The Captive 



E. A. GOODALL. 

243 An Eastern Landscape 



I C-. /f ^244 An Arab Encampment 



A. C. GOW, R.A., 1870. 
J?f. !Q- ° 245 Rest by the Way 

OARL HAAG. 
/ul i (14, o 246 A Cistercian Monk 

T. B. HARDY. 

/, b — 247 Going Oct 

1^ yj— _£48 Soheveningen Beach: a hazy morning 
1 _ _^249 On the Maas, with fishing boats 

J. HOLLAND. 
//, // -^250 Venice: sunset 



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2, L- c 251 The Rendezvous 



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E. K. JOHNSON. 



W. L. LEITCH. 
Z, /t.. £> 252 A Landscape, with old tower 

253 A View in Wales 

254 Italian Lake Scenes 

255 Am Italian Scene 

256 Salerno 

SUTTON PALMER. 
/H (/, i 257 Near Canterbury 
/ . ^, £ 258 An Eastern Landscape 

S. PROUT. 
» 3 / j . o 259 At Como ; &c. — two in one frame 

T. M. RICHARDSON. 

Lf. , ID- o 260 Venice 

B. RIVIERE, R.A. 
f ^ rf^ c 261 A Lion 

D. ROBERTS, R.A. 
"1 n o 262 Convent of St. Catherine, Mount Sinai 

T. S. ROBINS. 
^J / ^ i 263 Off Spithead 



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G. SHALDERS. 
/ 264 A Landscape, with sheep 



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E. TAYLER. 

3- /3. C 265 Head of a Girl 
j- v- „ 266 A Spanish Girl 
c f , ^267 Head of a Child; and A Girl in a Pearl Necklace 2 

J. VARLEY. 
V } , o 268 A Lake Scene, with castle 
<f, / f. (, 269 Harlech 
"}■« O' ^ 270 Brecknock 

J. D. WATSON, 
if: /Jr. It 271 Man Reading 

J. W. WHITTAKER. 

f h ft* ^ 272 On the Llugwy 

-^-5 1 (, 273 A Mountain Road, with sheep near Capel-Curig 

fZ-,)b -—274 A Scotch River Scene, with cattle crossing a bridge 

fv.iv ■ — 275 A Landscape, with cattle 

1_^~ 'f-' '276 A Riveb Scene, with cattle watering 

tf'^\ 277 Near Festiniog, North Wales 

J. F. LEWIS, R.A., 1866. 
/(^y. /jn 278 Scene in Cairo 

H. B. WILLIS. 
o /c . (j 279 A River Scene, with cattle watering 

, „ « 280 A Mountainous Landscape 
■7 ").")■ * 281 In the Highlands 
C# /J-; o 282 Evening Effect, from Cader Idris 






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WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS OF THE 
FOREIGN SCHOOL— Framed. 



J. AGRASOT. 
-£-" '-f- ~ 283 Italian Woman in Church 



P^ C. BISEO. 

' ■ / <y 284 A Group of Camels 



MADAME K. BISSCHOP. 
J t 285 Sunday Morning : a Dutch child 

B. J. BLOMMERS. 
/ J- 286 Goino to Work 

E. LUNDGREN, 
2_ 287 Head op a Lady 

A. BONHEUR. 
/ 2_ 288 Cattle Drinking 

ROSA BONHEUR, 1866. 
£.3 289 Head of a Lion 

F. S. BRISSOT. 
£-J- 290 Sheep in a Stable 



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/J J. L. BROWN. 

r^_ *-> 291 A Gentleman on Horseback 



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292 The Vedette 



E. DETAILLE. 

(t ^ 293 A French Officer : time of the Empire 



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M. FORTUNY. 

294 The Mountain Pass : Procession 



M. FORTUNY. 
** £ 295 The Exterior of a Spanish Inn 



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M. FORTUNY. 

\ 

t_ 296 A Lady, in green dress, with powdered hair 



M. FORTUNY. 

Q ^j_ 297 A Gentleman, with walking stick 

M. FORTUNY. 
y_ 3 298 A Spanish Hidalgo 



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M. FORTUNY. 
299 An Italian Woman 



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M. FORTUNY. 



M. FORTUNY. 
2_ 301 A Peasant, with staff 



2_<^ 300 An Arab 

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E. FRERE. 
/S 302 Dressing the Baby 
/j— 303 Looking at the Pioture-eook 

P. J. C. GABRIEL. 
/ 7— 304 A Dutch Landscape, with river and windmill 
1 305 A Dutch Landscape, with windmill 

" 306 A Dutch River Scene, with a man fishing from a boat 
/ O 307 A Dutch River Scene, with a man in a boat 



F. HEILBUTH. 
<- 8^ 308 The Terrace of a Chateau, with a wedding-parly 
2_ ( i 309 A Cardinal 

F. HEILBUTH. 
/ 2~ \ ^10 -A- Water Picnic 

J. ISRAELS. 
c_Sf- t_ 311 Waiting fob the Boats 

J ISRAELS. 
y ^ — 312 Sailing the Tot Boats 



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-^ L JIMENEZ. 

Z— 313 Two Servants in Livery 

// 314 A Woman with a Broom 

// 315 A Man with a Bapier 

/ Li 316 The Connoisseur 

C. JUTZ. 
"Z^f 317 Ducks in a Pond 

E. LABOENE. 
Jp *Z_ 318 A Snow Scene in Paris 

E. LAMBEET. 
9-*£-- «Y 319 Oat's-paw 

\ 

1 MADELEINE LEMAIEE. 

V320 Eoses, and a basket of strawberries 



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D. v. LOKHORST. 



, j_ 321 Goats and Sheep 



A. MAUVE. 
*lS) 322 A Girl Tending Cattle 

£ o 323 Interior op a Stable, with a cow, goat, and poultry 
j o 324 A Landscape, with cattle watering 



S. MELIN. 
LjLt^ 325 Hounds 

A. MOEEAU (After). 
/ jj — 326 The Seigneur's Birthday 



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-4/? E. NAVONE. 

/ -£_ 327 A Japanese Lady, with umbrella and fan 



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G. POGGENBECK. 
328 A Dutch Fabm 



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F. PEADILLA. 

<p- 329 An Artist Sketching at a Weir 

F. G. VIBEET. 

330 A Woodland Path 

L. ROSSI. 

331 Flirtation 

0. SAUNIER. 

332 Stags in a Forest 

333 A Landscape, with river and sheep 

334 A Landscape, with a man fishing 



A SIMONETTI. 
335 A Connoisseur 
f-ir 336 A Beggar Asleep 
/ o 337 A Lady with Domino 
9^ L 338 A Lady Playing a Mandolin 
n 339 An Italian Woman, with letter 

H. STACQUET. 

r 340 Two Landscapes— in one fram* 

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c — ° ( 341 An Afbioan Soldier 



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T. TAPIRO, 



R. TUSQUETS. 
3 342 A Lady Trying on a Nboklaob 



R. TDSQUETS 
\y 343 Leaving Church 



C. VOILLEMOT. 

i_ 344 Studies of Girls — a pair 

G. WASHINGTON. 

fr~ - 345 Arabs on Camels 



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C. WERNER, 1865. 
346 A Turk Seated, reading 



A. ZESSOS. 
/ (t 347 Head of an Italian Girl 

^8 Two portfolios 

349 ThrSS^otJfoRos 

350 A number of eraptykf^lios 

FINIS. 



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Charing Cross. 



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